Day 1

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Hall 1

18:00–21:00

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION AND ICE-BREAKER COCKTAIL

Prague Marriott Hotel Foyer Conference Area, V Celnici 8, 110 00 Praha 1

All ICPWS17 delegates are invited to attend the Welcome Ice-Breaker Cocktail. This is an excellent opportunity to collect your registration documents and meet the other delegates over snacks and a drink before the conference gets underway the following day.

Day 2

Monday, September 3, 2018

Hall 1

08:30 – 08:40

WELCOME ADDRESS FROM THE PRESIDENT OF IAPWS, PROFESSOR HANS-JOACHIM KRETZSCHMAR

08:40 – 09:20

IAPWS Gibbs Award Lecture

Fernandez-Prini, Instituto de Química Física de los Materiales, Medio Ambiente y Energía, Argentine Republic

Molecular Conformation of Long Chain n-Alkanes (LCA’s): from gas phase to bulk water through the interface: the Gibbs and the Instantaneous Interfaces

By E. Murina, C. Pastorino and R. Fernández Prini [CNEA, FCEN-UBA & CONICET].

IAPWS GIBBS AWARD: The IAPWS Gibbs Award is given at each International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam(ICPWS) to a distinguished scientist or engineer who has made substantial contributions to the development of knowledge on the properties of water, steam and aqueous solutions at high temperatures and pressures, as well as to other areas of underlying science and technology of interest to IAPWS. Nominations are made by the IAPWS National Committee or Working Groups. A committee, consisting of representatives from each IAPWS Working Group, chooses the winner from among the nominees at the annual APWS meeting in the year prior to the award. The winner receives a medal and complementary attendance to the ICPWS conference, where they will have the opportunity to present a keynote lecture.

This year’s Gibbs Award winner is Professor Fernandez-Prini from Instituto de Química Física de los Materiales, Medio Ambiente y Energía, Argentine Republic.

09:20 – 10:00

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Susanne Picard (BIPM - Bureau international des poids et mesures)

Title to be announced

10:00 – 10:40

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Attila G. Császár (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)

Ideal ideal-gas thermochemical functions

10:40 – 11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00 – 12:00

KEYNOTE LECTURES

Roland Span (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) and Martin Trusler (Imperial College London)

Capture, Transport and Storage of Carbon Dioxide – Thermodynamic Property Models for Different Tasks in an Integrated Chain of Processes

12:00–14:00

LUNCH

Hall 1

Hall 2

Hall 3

14:00–15:00

PCC1

Technical Guidance Documents (TGD)

14:00–15:00

SW1

Effects of Seawater Salt Composition

14:00–14:05

Dooley, Barry

Introduction to TGD

14:00–14:20

Le Menn, Marc

The absolute salinity of seawater, its real components and its measurands

14:05–14:10

Rziha, Michael; Dooley, Barry

Importance of TGD

14:20–14:40

Pawlowicz, Rich

Composition changes in sea salt and their effect on conductivity/salinity/density relationships in seawater

14:10–14:30

Addison, Thomson

Field-tests on the route towards a corrosion product sampling and analysis TGD covering flexible plants

14:40–15:00

Uchida, Hiroshi

A modified algorithm for ­estimating absolute salinity

14:20–14:45

Hater, Lendi

Film forming substances

14:45–15:00

Carvalho, Luis

Air in-leakage

15:00–15:30

COFFEE BREAK

15:30–17:30

TPWS1

Metastable Water

15:30–16:50

PCAS1

Aqueous Solution Chemistry

15:30–17:30

SWW1

Salinity and Density of Seawater

15:30–15:50

Lago, Simona

Speed of sound measurements in subcooled water

15:30–15:50

Tremaine, Peter

Uranyl sulfate complexation under hydrothermal conditions by quantitative Raman spectroscopy and density functional theory calculations

15:30–15:50

Pawlowicz, Rich

JCS Workshop #1 on the Salinity and Density of Seawater: Introduction

15:50–16:10

Blahut, Aleš

Measurements of density for supercooled ordinary water, heavy water, and seawater at high pressures

15:50–16:10

Anderko, Andre

Modeling phase equilibria and solution chemistry in complex aqueous systems containing rare earth elements

15:50–16:10

Seitz, Steffen

Progress towards SI traceability

16:10–16:30

Vinš, Václav

Seven years of measurement of the surface tension of ­supercooled water and ­aqueous mixtures at IT CAS

16:10–16:30

Yoshida, Ken

Unimolecular pyrolysis of dimethyl ether: Elementary fragmentation into methane and formaldehyde evidenced by gas 1H NMR

16:10–16:30

Kayukawa, Yohei

Absolute density measurements of seawater

16:30–16:50

Issenmann, Bruno

Viscosity of supercooled water under pressure and two-state interpretation of water anomalies

16:30–16:50

Rathke, Bernd

Nucleation rates of carbon dioxide gas-hydrates

16:30–17:30

Pawlowicz, Rich

Discussion

16:50–17:10

Caupin, Frédéric

Equation of state of water at negative pressure and relations between lines of thermodynamic anomalies

17:10–17:30

Imre, Attila R.

Application of quintic and quasi-quintic equation of states to describe some pecularities of metastable water

Day 3

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Hall 1

Hall 2

Hall 3

08:30–10:10

PCC2

Cycle Chemistry

08:30–10:30

IRS1

Computational Fluid Dynamics and Calculations

08:30–10:30

SWW2

pH of Seawater

08:30–08:50

Dooley, Barry

The status of cycle chemistry worldwide for fossil and combined cycle plants

08:30–08:50

Sedlar, Milan

Numerical modeling of three-­dimensional cavitating flow of air-saturated water around hydrofoil

08:30–08:50

Dickson, Andrew

JCS Workshop #2
on the pH of Seawater: Introduction

08:50–09:10

Cook, William

An electrochemical investigation of the effect of impurity concentration on the corrosion of boiler steels

08:50–09:10

Lister, Derek

The localised thinning of pipe walls by disturbed flows

08:50–09:10

Bastkowski, Frank

Traceability of spectrophotometrically measured pHT values of TRIS buffered artificial seawater in the salinity range 5–20

09:10–09:30

Holl, Christiane

Alkalizing treatment with lithium hydroxide–practical examples in CCGTs and industrial plants

09:10–09:30

Lavaei, Alireza

Water hammer analyses using characteristic method

09:10–09:30

Clegg, Simon

A traceable thermodynamic speciation model, with quantified uncertainties, of pH in Tris buffers in artificial seawaters

09:30–09:50

Ludwin, Daal

Operation and maintenance of process and cooling water systems in a renewable world

09:30–09:50

Lohrasbi, Alireza

Dam break modeling using Euler equations

09:30–10:30

Dickson, Andrew

Discussion

09:50–10:10

Powalisz, John

Intelligent chemistry alarms

09:50–10:10

Ochkov, Valery

Hybrid calculations of the thermodynamic properties of substances

10:10–10:30

Henderson, Hayden

The future of chemistry for AGL in a changing electricity market

10:10–10:30

Kunick, Matthias

The IAPWS guideline on the fast calculation of steam and water properties with the spline-based table look-up method (SBTL)

10:30–11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00–12:00

PCC2

Cycle Chemistry

11:00–11:40

SW2

TEOS-10 Applications

11:00–11:20

Bellows, James

Toward a resolution of the amines vs. hydrogen cation exchanged conductivity question

11:00–11:20

McDougall, Trevor

A thermodynamic potential of ­seawater as a function of potential enthalpy

11:20–11:40

Moghul, Dennis

Distribution of organic anions in the secondary side and their influence on Monel 400 steam generator tubing at Pickering Nuclear Generating Station Unit 4

11:20–11:40

Almeida, Lucas

Impact of the new equation of state of seawater (TEOS-10) on the estimates of water mass mixture and meridional transport in the Atlantic Ocean

11:40–12:00

Palazhchenko, Olga

UNB’s CANDU-6 primary heat transport system code: implications of corrosion product transport on heat transfer degradation and activity fields

12:00–13:30

LUNCH

13:30–15:10

PCC3

Flow Accelerated Corrosion

13:30–14:30

TPWS2

Surface Tension and Sound Speed

13:30–15:30

SWW3

Relative Humidity

13:30–13:50

Lister, Derek

Flow-accelerated corrosion – theory and practice: The latest understanding of the FAC mechanism

13:30–13:50

Mares, Radim

Measurements of the surface tension of the supercooled ordinary water substance down to -32 °C

13:30–13:50

Hellmuth, Olaf

JCS Workshop #3 on Relative Humidity: Summary of Aims

13:50–14:10

Dooley, Barry

Flow-accelerated corrosion – theory and practice: The experience in fossil and combined cycle plants

13:50–14:10

Kalova, Jana

A new equation for the temperature dependence of the surface tension of water

13:50–14:10

Feistel, Rainer

Progress in development of RH

14:10–14:30

Kanyile, Sabelo

Corrosion product transport monitoring using corrosion product sampler, particle counter, and particle monitor in the water and steam circuit

14:10–14:30

Meier, Karsten

Speed-of-sound measurements and derived thermodynamic properties of liquid water

14:10–14:30

Bell, Stephanie

Relationship between RH and SI metrology

14:30–14:50

Sawatsubashi, Tetsuya

Analytical method for iron tracing in boiler feedwater using filter concentration method

Abdulmouti, Hassan

Measurement of Bubbles Properties to Generated Efficient Surface Flow

14:30–15:30

Hellmuth, Olaf

Discussion

14:50–15:10

Powalisz, John

Integrated corrosion products sampling and case study

15:10–16:30

COFFEE BREAK + POSTER SESSION

16:30–17:30

IAPWS Helmholtz Award Lecture

Hugues Arcis, University of Guelph, Canada

Title to be announced

IAPWS HELMHOLTZ AWARD: The IAPWS Helmholtz Award is given yearly to a qualified researcher who, at the time of the nomination, received his or her last earned degree less than 15 years earlier. There is no requirement for the nominee to be associated with IAPWS. The award recognises talented and developing scientists and engineers who are making significant contributions to, or defining new directions in the areas of research of interest to IAPWS; and to encourage them to become active in IAPWS. Nominations are made by any individual outside of the IAPWS Award Committee; self-nominations are not allowed. A committee, made up of representatives from five IAPWS member nations, selects the winner from among the nominees. The winner receives a framed certificate and complimentary attendance to the annual IAPWS meeting (in this case it is ICPWS17), where they will have the opportunity to present the Helmholtz Award lecture.

This year’s Helmholtz Award winner is Hugues Arcis from University of Guelph, Canada.

17:30–18:00

IAPWS GENERAL MEETING

Day 4

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Hall 1

Hall 2

Hall 3

08:30–10:30

PCC4

Film Forming Substances

08:30–10:30

TPWS3

Molecular Theory and Simulation

08:30–10:30

SWW4

Joint Committee on Seawater (JCS): Where Next?

08:30–08:50

Xue, Yu

Fate and distribution of film forming and alkalizing amines in steam-water cycles

08:30–08:50

Hellmann, Robert

Cross second virial coefficient and dilute gas transport properties of (water vapor + carbon dioxide) mixtures from ab initio intermolecular potentials

08:30–08:50

Pawlowicz, Rich

JCS Workshop #4 Where next with the Joint IAPWS/SCOR/IAPSO Committee on the Properties of Seawater (JCS): Introduction

08:50–09:10

De Meyer, Evelyn

The effect of boiler conditions on the thermolysis of film forming amines

08:50–09:10

Harvey, Allan

Ab initio calculation of the second and third virial coefficients for H2O and D2O

08:50–09:10

McDougall, Trevor

Review – History and need for JCS: an oceanographers viewpoint

09:10–09:30

Petrova, Tamara

Distribution ratios of polyamines present in helamin chemical between boiling water and ­saturated steam

09:10–09:30

Yuhara, Daisuke

Isothermal-isometric molecular dynamics approach for prediction of three-phase equilibrium conditions of methane hydrate system

09:10–09:30

Pawlowicz, Rich

JCS terms of reference

09:30–09:50

Dyachenko, Filipp

AVT vs FFAP treatment: ­comparison of key indices

09:30–09:50

Ayuba, Sho

Evaluating the methodology of classical nucleation theory using large scale molecular dynamics simulation

09:30–10:30

Pawlowicz, Rich

Discussion

09:50–10:10

Disci-Zayed, Duygu

Adsorption of oleyl propylenediamine on metal surfaces

09:50–10:10

Nezbeda, Ivo

Water: from supercooled liquid to supersaturated steam

10:10–10:30

Vidojkovic, Sonja

Thermal decomposition of film forming amines in the power generating cycle

10:10–10:30

10:30–11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00–12:00

SW3

Physical Properties of Seawater

11:00–12:00

PCAS2

Electrochemistry and Corrosion

11:00–11:20

Giuliano Albo, P. Alberto

Comparison between TEOS-10 ­estimated density and experimental density measured in IAPSO standard seawater by a single sinker hydrostatic balance

11:00–11:20

Macák, Jan

In-situ electrochemical impedance measurements of corroding steel in supercritical water

11:20–11:40

Kayukawa, Yohei

Absolute density measurements for sea-water by a hydrostatic weighing method

11:20–11:40

Niu, Li-Bin

Corrosion behavior of STBA24 steel and its weldment in the simulated boiler water added chloride ions and formic acid

11:40–12:00

Nayar, Kishor

Viscosity of seawater

11:40–12:00

12:00–13:30

LUNCH

13:30–14:30

IRS2

Non-Equilibrium Wet Steam Flow

13:30–14:50

TPWS4

Models and Formulations

13:30–13:50

Afzalifar, Ali

Nucleation-growth models: the status and a logical assessment

13:30–13:50

Jäger, Andreas

A theoretically based departure function for multi-fluid mixture models applied to mixtures containing water

13:50–14:10

Hruby, Jan

Cluster distribution and nucleation in steam over a broad temperature range

13:50–14:10

Hielscher, Sebastian

A new model for mixed hydrates consistent with multiparameter equations of state

14:10–14:30

Post, Pascal

Highly efficient approach for non-equilibrium condensing steam flows in OpenFOAM based on the spline-based table lookup method

14:10–14:30

Herrmann, Sebastian

Development of viscosity formulations for working fluids using a structure-­optimization method

14:30–14:50

Tabandeh, Shahin

Review of the humidity formulations for dew point temperatures above 100 °C

15:00–15:30

COFFEE BREAK

15:30–16:50

PCC5

Cycle Chemistry in Various Plants

15:30–16:30

TPWS5

Heavy Water

15:30–15:50

Burton, Gordon

Sulphate adsorption on magnetite under steam generator chemistry conditions

15:30–15:50

Romeo, Raffaella

Deuterium oxide density in stable and metastable states at pressure up to 400 MPa

15:50–16:10

Hirano, Hideo

Makeup water treatment systems in nuclear power plants

15:50–16:10

Beltramino, Giulio

Vapour pressure measurements over liquid heavy water in the temperature range from 260 K to 285 K

16:10–16:30

Addison, David

Geothermal steam turbine ­deposition mechanisms

16:10–16:30

Herrig, Stefan

A new reference equation of state for heavy water

16:30–16:50

Hater, Wolfgang

The application of an environmental friendly scale-Inhibitor to mitigate ­deposit formation in the Soultz ­geothermal power plant

19:00–22:00

IAPWS DINNER

Subject of extra fee. Group photo will be taken before the dinner.

Day 5

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Hall 1

Hall 2

08:30–10:10

PCC6

Flue Gas Condensation

08:30–09:30

IRS3

Energy Process Simulation and Engineering Requirements

08:30–08:50

Fogh, Folmer

District heat and flue gas condensation

08:30–08:50

Bartos, Ondrej

A formation of the coarse droplets from the liquid films in steam turbine

08:50–09:10

Thomsen, Karsten Normann

Review of experiences during the last decade on flue gas ­condensation and the re-use of the condensate

08:50–09:10

Magnusdottir, Lilja

Implementation and use of IAPWS-IF97 in iTOUGH2 for modeling supercritical conditions in geothermal reservoirs

09:10–09:30

Hellman, Mats

Teething problems with flow gas ­condensate cleaning technology

09:10–09:30

Okita, Nobuo

Non-condensable gas effects on ­geothermal plants

09:30–09:50

Wiig, Linda

Microbial growth in ­membrane-based plants for rinsing of flue gas condensate

09:50–10:10

Fogh, Folmer

Management of flue gas ­condensate at Skærbækværket unit 401/402

10:30–11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00–12:20

PCC7

Flue Gas Condensation and Water Purification

11:00–12:00

PCAS3

Thermodynamic and Transport Properties

11:00–11:20

Berg, Niklas

Design of a new plant for flue gas ­condensation and treatment of ­condensate based on 23 years of field experience

11:00–11:20

Hoffert, Ulrike

A modified flow-through apparatus for high pressure viscosity measurements of salt solutions

11:20–11:40

Vuorinen, Jano

Experiences regarding treatment and reuse of flue gas condensate in waste incineration plant

11:20–11:40

Yoshida, Ken

High-Temperature NMR and MD study on self-diffusion coefficients of water and cyclohexane in binary mixture in supercritical states

11:40–12:00

De Meyer, Evelyn

TOC composition more important than concentration in IEX demineralisation of different water qualities for the ­production of steam

11:40–12:00

Akhmedova-Azizova, Lala

Measurements of the density, speed of sound, viscosity and derived thermodynamic properties of geothermal fluids from south Russian geothermal field

12:00–12:20

Dalsgaard, Thomas

Design considerations for UF filtration and demineralization of flue gas condensate for make-up water

12:20–13:00

ICPWS17 CONFERENCE CLOSING

13:00–14:00

LUNCH BREAK

15:00–19:00

TECHNICAL TOURS

Subject of extra fee

IRS: Industrial Requirements and Solutions

PCAS: Physical Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions

PCC: Power Cycle Chemistry

SW: Seawater

SWW: Seawater Workshop

TPWS: Thermodynamic Properties of Water and Steam

 

This is a preliminary programme. More topics and full author lists including their affiliations will be provided in the final conference programme.

Last but not least, our sponsors will be acknowledged in the final programme as well.